Langley's Mounties are expecting a repeat of last year's Good Times Cruise-In when it comes to policing - meaning there will be plenty of officers around, but no major problems expected.
Police have consistently had most of their issues with non-sanctioned events taking place the night before Cruise-In.
On the Friday night, Industrial Avenue between 200th and 203rd Streets became a popular spot to stage burnouts and for some drivers to peel out at high speeds.
In 2011, the Langley RCMP gathered a large number of officers nearby; the burnouts started at around 7 p.m. and stopped abruptly at 7:10 p.m. when police in cars, on bikes, and on foot descended on the area by the dozen.
Last year the area was quiet and heavily policed.
Other drivers have created an informal cruising route that includes the nearby Tim Horton's on Logan Avenue and Fraser Highway. That event has typically gone smoothly.
Police will be concentrating on driving and liquor offenses throughout the weekend, and will have police on foot and bike patrols among the crowds downtown during the actual Cruise-In in downtown Langley City.
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